Ruby on Rails Roast or Toast

I’ve been reading a lot about Ruby and we even have an open source
solution to support it. I’ve been trying to track down some
performance info for a prospect, but have found a lot of anecdotal
information to support pros and cons, with nothing that makes my
prospect’s decision easy. This is prompting me to consider some sort
of Ruby challenge for developers. I have no idea at this point what
that might look like, but would be interested in some feedback.
Please email me or visit my blog at: www.weborbworld.blogspot.com to
comment. This seems like a great language and platform we would want
to fully support just like we are supporting other languages and
frameworks. The more squeaky wheels the better though. :slight_smile:

Cheers,

Kathleen

On Mon, 2007-12-31 at 18:54 -0800, [email protected] wrote:

frameworks. The more squeaky wheels the better though. :slight_smile:


excuse me Kathleen but the community is better served by hosting the
discussion here on this message base than on your blog so feel free to
clip out comments from this list.

Craig

Hi Craig:

Thanks for your direction on this. When you say clip out comments,
what do you mean. I’ll most certainly do what I need to abide. Thank
you.

On Mon, 31 Dec 2007 19:08:48 -0800,
[email protected] wrote:

Thanks for your direction on this. When you say clip out comments, what
do you mean. I’ll most certainly do what I need to abide. Thank you.

I suppose, in the context, this would mean to head on over to http://
dir.gmane.org/gmane.comp.lang.ruby.rails, find the material you want
through the search engine, then copy/paste (giving attributes, of
course).

I hope that if you simply request documentation there will be replies
“in
list”, if you will.

-Thufir

[email protected] wrote:

Hi Craig:

Thanks for your direction on this. When you say clip out comments,
what do you mean. I’ll most certainly do what I need to abide. Thank
you.

I think he is saying the discussion should be here, but you can quote
some of the interesting comments on your blog. He just doesn’t want you
stealing the traffic away to your blog for the main discussion.

“What happens in Ruby Forums, stays in Ruby Forums”. :slight_smile:

cheers,
jp

By challenge to you mean programming?

See http://www.rubyquiz.com/

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